Offense Awakens As Packers Get Past Redskins

By Eric Rogers
Jan. 10, 2016 7:18 p.m. CT
WASHINGTON — Aaron Rodgers threw for 210 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Packers past the Redskins in the wild card round Sunday night.
What’s been a stagnant offense in recent weeks came alive in the nation’s capital, out-gaining Washington 141 to 84 in rushing yardage. Garbage-time plays gave Washington the overall yardage edge 354 to 346. After starting 0 for 5 on third-down-conversion attempts, Green Bay converted on three of their last six attempts.
Receiver Davante Adams was the target of a lot of scrutiny throughout the season due to his habit of dropped passes, but he turned in four catches for 48 yards, including a touchdown. That was during a stretch of 17 unanswered Green Bay points to give the Packers a 17-11 halftime lead.
Once again, the Green Bay defense proved stout, forcing a change of possession four times – three turnovers on downs and a fumble recovery.
WIth the Seahawks beating the Vikings earlier in the day, the Packers face off with the Cardinals Saturday night in the NFC divisional round. That’s a week 16 rematch set for 7:15 p.m. CT.

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By Sean ‘Snuff’ Smith  Fri. Jan. 8, 2016 10:20 a.m. 
MADISON, Wisconsin —  Last I checked the Green Bay at Redskins contest had an Over/Under of 46 points and is technically a ‘Pick ’em’.  It sounds like there’s a split-decision on who Wins amongst the Morning Show too!  So, how do the Packers move on past the Wild Card round? In the NFC, top seeds Carolina & Arizona have Byes. The AFC has the Broncos & Patriots earning a pass until round 2.
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